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Working with disabled people in Africa and Asia for positive change.
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ADD has six offices and works in nine countries with 117 staff (104 overseas, 13 UK). 37% of our staff are disabled people. ADD promotes a positive action policy to help us realise our target of at least 50% women and 50% disabled people in our workforce and governing body. Of our current ten trustees, four are disabled people and five are women. The board also includes three members who are from Africa and Asia.
ADD is currently looking for volunteer translators into English from: Khmer, Bangla and Luganda. If you are interested please contact
for more information.
Direct approach fundraisers
No experience is necessary, but you do need to be a good communicator and committed to human rights issues. You will be given all the support you need to effectively and respectfully communicate the importance and uniqueness of ADD's work.
You will work near home, four hours each weekday evening, or four evenings and a Sunday afternoon. If you would like to find out more please visit the Tim Lilley Fundraising Consultancy
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ADD International, Vallis House, 57 Vallis Road, Frome, Somerset, BA11 3EG
Charity commission number: 294860
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